July 30, 2005 Subject:
Andy Copp is one of the few true underground artists still making movies. His new experimental short about the J.F.K assassination plays like a music video filled with nihilist psychedelia.
Comprised entirely of found footage, and proving once again that people can produce quality moviemaking without ever leaving the confines of their own home, Copp juxtaposes archival footage of that fatefull day in Dallas with classic images of the macabre that should be familiar with scholars of older horror and cult cinema.
The term "music video" isn't meant to be an insult and shouldn't deture anyone, especially fans of M. Manson's music, from downloading the short. The work stands on its own legs and works fine as a visual piece, but the music forces a viewpoint of anger upon the audience that is no doubt meant to replicate Copp's own feelings regarding this horrible day in history.